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Kount opens downtown office (access required)

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Kount Inc. has finished its renovation of a century-old building that brings the company to downtown Boise. “We are thrilled with the newly-renovated Kount building,” said CEO Brad Wiskirchen. “The open space allows for extensive collaboration and enhances the Kount ...

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Salt Lake City company breaks ground on Utah’s first Opportunity Zone investment

A mixed-use apartment complex under construction in downtown Salt Lake City is the first Utah development to take advantage of the federal Opportunity Zone Investment program created by the December 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Salt Lake City dignitaries, development ...

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Zillow Group launches Zillow Home Loans

Zillow, the mobile and web real estate powerhouse, is getting into the mortgage business with the launch of Zillow Home Loans. Zillow Home Loans supports Zillow Offers, a direct home purchase program that is now available in nine markets. With Zillow ...

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Delta tops long-running ranking of US airlines

Delta Air Lines comes in first in a long-running study that ranks U.S. airlines by how often flights arrive on time and other statistical measures. Researchers who crunch the numbers also say that as a whole, U.S. airlines are getting ...

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Idaho hemp legislation heads to full Senate for amending

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Legislation involving transporting hemp through Idaho — where it’s illegal — is heading to the full Senate. The Senate State Affairs Committee on Monday approved sending the legislation to the Senate for amending. The legislation passed the House last week, ...

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28-story hotel planned for Salt Lake City convention center

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A 28-story glass skyscraper with rounded edges and a glass and textured aluminum exterior is planned to hold a new convention center hotel in downtown Salt Lake City. Preliminary plans for the $337 million project ...

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A word with Paula Benson, Preservation Idaho board president

Editor’s note: This Q and A also appears in the next edition of Square Feet on education facilities, which publishes on April 12. Beyond their core educational mission, schools also serve as essential neighborhood hubs that reflect the needs of ...

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